Delta Air Lines mentioned late Tuesday it had issued a ground stop order as a result of a “technology issue” with a few of its laptop monitoring programs.
“Delta IT teams are working diligently to address a technology issue impacting some of our systems,” the airline tweeted from its official Twitter account. “We have issued a Delta groundstop as we work to bring systems back up as quickly as possible.”
Delta’s Twitter account was busy Tuesday afternoon responding to offended clients of the airline who complained of journey delays and being unable to log in to the corporate’s web site and app.
A word posted later to Twitter mentioned the outage had been resolved.
“@Delta teams have restored all IT systems after a technology issue briefly affected some of our systems this evening,” Delta tweeted. “All groundstops have been lifted.”
Representatives for the airline, which serves greater than 180 million clients annually, did not instantly reply to a request for touch upon the issue’s trigger.
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